Thursday, June 30, 2005 

Support The Bigfoot Discovery Museum...

...I have!!

The 2nd volume of the monthly newsletter for the Bigfoot Discovery Museum is NOW AVAILABLE!! You get the newsletter and many other benefits (including 15% off all merchandise) by becoming a member of the museum. Here's a link to the Museum Membership page...CHECK IT OUT! I'm a member and have been contributing articles to the newsletter.

We are holding monthly meetings that are open to the public, as well. The meetings are every 3rd Sunday and the next one is scheduled for July 17th at 6:00 pm. I'll look forward to meeting you there!

Even if you don't live nearby, you can still become a member and receive the newsleter - and 15% off any merchandise you might purcahse on-line.
It's a great deal and you are supporting our local bigfoot museum.
You'll be a part of our fledgling bigfoot community in the Bay Area and it'll be the best $25 you've ever spent!


Bigfoot Discovery Museum Membership Info

 Saturday, June 25, 2005 

Summer Reading....Part One...LEE MURPHY!!

I'm back....been out in the woods...nothing earth-shattering to report...I'll post more about the trips out later this summer.

I am re-reading a book entitled "Where Legends Roam" by Lee's a fantastic work of bigfoot fiction and you can get this book by going to
Once you're there, click on the "ORDER" button.

I love this book! It's adult fiction, so don't expect to share this one with your "crypto-kids"... It's set in the forests of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington and is an intriguing plot with interesting characters...the lead character is a cryptozoologist named George Kodiak. I won't give the plot away, but it is a book that weaves much of what goes on "out in the field" with the current information in the "bigfoot world". CHECK IT OUT! Let me know what you think of it!

 Thursday, June 09, 2005 

Bellingham News Clip...

Here's a news clip from CFCN Calgary News about the 2005 Sasquatch Research Convention in Bellingham Washington.  You even get to hear me for a few seconds towards the end of the clip.

Bellingham News Clip - 2.2mb

Bobo's got a mean Sasquatch Howl!

Dave from Calgary with Bob Gimlin and the Patty Poster in the background.

Playing the Songs at the Sasquatch Research Conference

I had a great time playing these songs at the Sasquatch Research Conference in Bellingham, WA...that was May 27, 28 & 29, 2005.

The conference was an amazing gathering of people interested in the subject and just being able to hang out and talk with so many familiar people was worth the trip north.

The songs went over well with this audience and I got some great feedback....also sold (or traded) all the CDs I brought with me...all 36 of them...more later...

If You're Going to San Francisco...

...Be Sure to Wear a Bigfoot T-Shirt...and stop by the BIGFOOT DISCOVERY MUSEUM in Felton, CA.  Right along Hwy 9 just south of town... near the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park... CHECK IT OUT!!

Here's a link to their website!

I'm a member there and you can be one, too! You'll get a monthly newsletter, invitations to some special activities and a 15% discount on sasquatch stuff...all the latest books and other bigfoot items!

Fun in the Cascades!

A slightly retouched shot from the trip to Bellingham!

 Tuesday, June 07, 2005 

Buddy's Bigfoot Song...

The Bigfoot Song
By Buddy Knox

Way up in the north woods an' deep in the dark pines that blacken the mountains of the Cascade Range,
They still tell the tales of an Indian legend, Sasquatch is the legend, Bigfoot is the name.
The Indians claim he's the missing link that fits in the gap of the evolution chain.
You can make your mind up when you've heard the stories, Sasquatch is the story, bigfoot is the name.

You can ride from Canada to Northern California,
All up and down the Cascade Range,
But if you go alone, friend, I'm here to warn you,
Look out for the thing with the bigfoot name,
Look out for the thing with the bigfoot name.

From out of the Yakama Indian Reservation a young cowboy and an Indian came,
To hunt in the mountains of Northern California, truth was the purpose, Bigfoot was the game.
Now young Roger Patterson ran a small string of horses, And he lived in the foothills in a cabin with his wife,
He knew that many secrets were hidden in these mountains, And he had heard the legend of bigfoot for most all his life.


Nine years ago while running wild horses, deep in the mountains with an old Indian friend,
He ran across a huge, a very huge footprint and this is where the hunt for the bigfoot man began.
To town and back they went and they made a plaster cast 18 inches long from heel to the toe,
And from the print that it made, they guessed that it must have weighed 700 pounds or so.


Now the facts they put together sent chills right up their spines and the search for a lot more information began,
And when they told the story and showed these plaster prints, they only drew laughs from strangers as well as friends,
Now up through the years they found a lot more footprints and they gathered sworn statements from a lot of decent minded folks,
But when they took these facts up to the educated experts, it was all disregarded and branded as a hoax.


Now it become a challenge to Roger and the Indian to gather more proof and to bring it all forth,
And show the whole wide world that this bigfoot man is alive today and living in the mountains to the north,
And for years they gathered a lot of signed statements and tapes from people who had seen bigfoot or his tracks,
But still no sightings and no film photographs, and they knew they must bring a lot better proof back.


Yakima Bigfoot Round-Up Tom Yamarone - Songs For A Bigfoot World